Most people in India are day laborers or self-employed in trades to make their daily living. Here are some workers building a small wall in Vadodara.
Doogaloos, also known as scrip, were coins created to be used as currency in Henry River Mill Village. Doogaloos could be used only in the company store and the amount of scrips issued to tide workers between pay periods would be deducted from their paychecks. Made of zinc, Doogaloos came in different denominations.
The Doogaloo below is for 50 cents and is now used as the logo for the Henry River Mill Village,